Youth Achievement Awards

Momentum 2015 recognises the positive influence that young people can have upon their peers, as well as the outstanding contribution they can make to their communities, be they local, national or international.

For the second year at Momentum 2015 we will like to invite nominations for the two awards in the following categories:

Community Achievement Award
Helping others to achieve a positive outcome brings its own rewards – namely feeling good about oneself – however at Momentum 2015 we want to share knowledge of the good work young people selflessly do and are seeking nominations from organisations such as schools, community and youth organisations, charities, as well as individuals.

Stay Inspired Achievement Award
‘Your attitude not your aptitude will determine your altitude’ Quote by Zig Ziglar.

We’re firm believers in the quote above, which states that an individual’s success in life is determined by their attitude, but maintaining a positive mental attitude in the face of endless obstacles, or setbacks is not easy. However, that’s exactly what the recipient of this award will have done.

If you know a young person that has managed to stay positive and focused in the face of extreme challenges and who, by doing so, can act as an inspiration for other young people, then please nominate them for this award.

Nominations must be made via the contact form below and consist of no more than 300 words.

Terms and Conditions:
* Nominees should have been no younger than 11 at the time of their community involvement and no older than 19 on 29th October 2015.
*Activities should have taken place between October 2014 and October 2015.

Application Form
Momentum 2015 Awards Leaflet

Name of Nominee

Age of Nominee

What award are you nominating this young person for?

Your Name

Your Company

Email Address

In order for us to properly judge each candidate, we require as much information as possible about the individual and their achievements over the last 12 months. Please provide us with as much information as possible by answering the following questions:

1. How has the nominee demonstrated an understanding of the needs of their community? (max 50 words)

2. How have the nominee’s actions or involvement provided a lasting positive impact for the community? (max 50 words)

3. How has the nominee demonstrated personal development and empowerment through their actions? (max 50 words)

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